Late Rooms & Guest Houses in Nice
When you are looking to book a place and you haven’t much time, finding late rooms can be difficult, especially in a place like Nice. This 400,000 year old city has been a popular tourist location for hundreds of years and continues to be so for people looking for late rooms and who plan well in advance. One alternative to looking for accommodation in hotels and hostels is to have a look at Wimdu and our local listings. Because the people who post on our page are locals they often have late room rates and availability. Plus staying with local means you are privy to all of their insider information about what to do in Nice and where to go. The icing on the cake is that the rates for staying with a local, even in a late room situation, are cheaper than a hotel or hostel.
What to do in Nice Once You Have Found Accommodation?
There are several famous sites to visit once you have figured your late room situation. The most common place to visit is the Promenade des Anglais and the Plaza Massena. Also for those who passed on the late room in swanky places, it is worth seeing the Hotel Negresco and taking a tour. After a night in your late room, take a turn around the city and see the Place Garibaldi and the Place Rossetti. The flower market will fill your nose with good scents and the zone Pietonne could entertain you for an entire day. Whatever you do in Nice make sure that your accommodation is taken care of and that your late rooms don’t turn into a mistake. Stay with a local and stay stress free while on holiday in a decent late room. You appreciate the advice, the price and the availability for last minute reservations. The Cours Saleya beckons you. You could find a room in Prague
Enjoy the hospitality of French people in their guest houses
Why choose to spend your money for a hotel booking and have the same old, plastic-cold hotel experience that you can have anywhere in this world, when you could enjoy a proper and authentic experience in a French guest house? Nice is a unique city in France and the wonders it has to offer concern not only the exterior parts, but the interior ones as well. Former family homes, guest houses are real pieces of treasure to those who want to experience the local way of living and who want to find out a face of Nice that’s not yet written in travel guides or history books. Guest houses owners in Nice are very friendly and they gladly share their knowledge and secrets about the city with their customers.